Selected Works: Haymarket Speeches

Read by Enko

(0.8 stars; 3 reviews)

Voltairine de Cleyre (November 17, 1866 – June 20, 1912) was an American anarchist. She was skilled in many subjects and wrote essays, poems, letters, sketches, stories and speeches. These are her selected Haymarket speeches. (Summary by enko) (1 hr 30 min)


The fruit of the sacrifice 12:10 Read by Enko
November 11th 7:46 Read by Enko
November eleventh 17:02 Read by Enko
Our martyred comrades 13:42 Read by Enko
Memorial address 6:35 Read by Enko
November eleventh, twenty years ago 15:20 Read by Enko
The defiance of August spies 18:21 Read by Enko



(0.5 stars)

I must agree with previous reviews. This is a wonderful text ruined by a far too heavy French "accent". Of course I mean no disrespect to Enko & do understand that his "accent" is quite normal to him. Please do consider having the works of such an influential anarchist read by a native English speaker. Thank-you,

Poor Reading

(1 stars)

This could have been a very interesting title, and I was looking forward to listening to the reading. That only lasted a few minutes. The reader is hardly uderstandable a great deal of the time. What a waste.

Really Horrid

(1 stars)

I could make out "deep gash," "eight wet flowers," and a couple of other words in the first sentences, so I know this is supposed to be English.